Wedding photographer London. This wedding took place at the famous skyscraper known as the Gherkin. The weather was beautiful, and from the afternoon till late night, the couple and the guests could enjoy an amazing view over London, above all during the sunset.
View of the dining room on the top floor
The Bridesmaid and the flower girls at the ceremony
The father of the Bride during the getting ready
The Bride and the Bridesmaids on the to floor of the Gherkin
Moment during the getting ready
The Bride and the bridesmaids on the staircase to the top floor
Not to mention the night view from the top floor of the Gherkin
The Gherkin top floor dining room
Also, look at this wedding cake table
Wedding night dancing
The Groom preparation
The wedding shoes
The getting ready
The flower girl
You may kiss the bride at the Gherkin
Night dancing at the Gherkin top floor
The wedding dress
The Bride and the Bridesmaids on the Gherkin top floor
View from the top floor dining room at the Gherkin at sunset
The Bride entering the ceremony room
Wedding ceremony at the top floor of the Gherkin
Bride and Groom at the Gherkin
Wedding flower girl shoes
The bride getting ready
Bridesmaid and flower girl at the Gherkin
The Bride, bridesmaids, and flower girls at the main entrance of the Gherkin
“They wanted a 1920s glamorous feel to their day with a touch of British eclecticism. They held their ceremony at Stoke Newington Town Hall, followed by a reception at The Roost, which looked too cool.
Julie wore a 1920s feel Vionnet dress she found on Net-A-Porter while Ben wore a grey suit by Paul Smith. I so love all of the quirky and fun yellow details they injected throughout the day. Utterly gorgeous.”
From the bride: this East London vintage wedding had a light 1920s theme with prohibition-style table favours and Gatsby-inspired decor.
I am American and the Groom is British so we wanted a wedding that blended the 20s theme with British touches. The ceremony was held in London, Stoke Newington, which had been through a massive refurbishment to restore many of the original art deco details. After the ceremony, guests rode in a vintage Routemaster bus to the reception which was hosted in a former Pub outfitted with quirky vintage furniture as it’s now used as a film and photo location. Once at the reception guests had a 3-course sit down dinner from a French-inspired menu delivered through EasyGourmet catering.
Tables favours like mini whiskey bottles and floral arrangements in vintage decanters tied the 1920s theme together. Finally the bride’s dress was an Art Deco-inspired sheeth that draped with casual elegance and complemented the vintage style hair and make-up.
Roxy and Alex at Chelsea Registry Office | wedding photography London
We met in Shanghai while having a smoke in the communal area between our two offices. We dated for almost four years before eventually getting married and we could not be happier.
The wedding day itself was a blend between the casual nonchalance of Chinese pragmatism, and a pushy British parent. However, after many discussions and seemingly unending patience, we came to a compromise. We decided to have a low-key celebration with only the direct family members involved, with a view to a larger celebration in summer, when life has settled down a little.
Luckily, with the guest list being so short my fiancé and I could be a little more extravagant when it came to what we wore. Her dress was Nina Ricci, with accessories provided by the ever ‘reasonable’ Charlotte Olympia and Gina Foster. I myself fulfilled number 29 on my bucket list by getting married in a silk velvet jacket.
We held the event at the Kensington & Chelsea Registry Office, before heading over to Galvin at Windows to enjoy a meal set amongst the clouds of London’s skyline. A good day was held by all, and we are so grateful that Corrado was able to capture the day.
We achieved what we wanted… we did the paperwork and satisfied the desires of my family to celebrate with us. But, at the end of the day we still ended on a sofa in my, I’m sorry…our, flat watching an episode of Australian Masterchef, and it was perfect.
Our wedding wasn’t how many people would do it. It wasn’t even how I thought I would do it the day I asked Roxy to marry me, but in the end, I would not have changed it for the world. Now the only thing left to do is make sure that life doesn’t get in the way and we can approach every challenge in life with in the same way we did our wedding.
Chelsea Registry Office | Wedding photographer London
Wedding photography from Steven and Andrew’s civil partnership ceremony that took place in Chelsea register office.
Steven is from Belfast and Andrew from Scotland and they met twelve years ago in Gran Canaria. They kept in touch for few year and finally, seven years ago, they rekindled the relationship. In February 15th 2013, they get marry in Kings roads, London, at the Chelsea register office. It was a small ceremony with just 25 close friends and family, which was also filmed by the BBC for an upcoming documentary hosted by Stephen Fry, who was there as well. The reception took place at the famous Blue Bird restaurant, also in Kings Road, which was the original site of the Blue bird car garage, made famous by it’s association with Alistair Campbell and the Land Speed record attempts.
Wedding photography London | Civil partnership | Stephen Fry | BBC